Showing posts from July, 2018

Seven Years of Waiting is Enough for Landowners Near Wayne National Forest

Analysts Say Chesapeake Energy Exiting Utica Shale Will Be Good for the Play

Rig Count Up for Second Week in a Row in Utica Shale

Second Lordstown Power Plant Project Still Facing Legal Battle

Ascent Resources' Big Deal Leads to Windfall for Two Ohio Counties

Investors Reaping Rewards for Investing in Oil When Times Were Tough

President Trump's Plan to Resuscitate Coal Industry Could Jeopardize $900 Million Lordstown Project

ETP's Battle with Ohio EPA Over Rover Pipeline Rages On

Anti-Drillers Lambast Loudonville Council for Selling Water to Cabot

Ohio Farm Sues NEXUS for Erosion

Long Ridge Energy Terminal Announces Completion of Rail Construction Project Creating the Appalachian Basins First Unit Train and Barge Transloading Facility

Chesapeake Energy Sells All Utica Shale Assets in $2 Billion Deal

Rig Count Up One in Latest Utica Shale Report

Acid Leaking from Truck Prompts Evacuation in Trumbull County

Earthworks Releases Air Quality Report for Noble Co., Ohio that Doesn’t Actually Include Any Air Quality Data

Columbus Prepares to Vote on Anti-Fracking Initiative of Dubious Legality

Big Oil Equals Big Paychecks, New Data Reveals

Utica Rig Count Hits Lowest Point in Months on Latest ODNR Report

Digging Deep Into 2018 1st Quarter Utica Shale Production Data

Rogue Anti-Fracking Groups Use Independence Day for ‘Most Kid Friendly’ Protest Camp Ever